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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1907

Iff' For 10 Days I For 10 Days! I^| FOR 10 days, commencing Saturday, April 6, and ending Tuesday, April 16th, we will offer our patrons and the general public, some of the most attractive values, it has ever been our pleasure to present. These offerings will be from a bran new, up-to-date stock of Fancy Dry Goods, Notions and Ladies' Furnishings. We cater alone to the wants of the Ladies and having only the one line to which we give our time and atten- tion, feel with a great degree of confidence, that from a standpoint of Price, Quality and Style, we are in a better position to supply your wants than any house in the city. We mention some (not all) of the many de- sirable items we will show you during this sale. We can give you more value and style for your dollar than you can elsewhere obtain. Wool Dress Goods Never before was this department more complete with all the new weaves and colorings of this season's productions consisting of plain and fancy Plaid Cheffon,Panama Wool, T...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1907

— : iW. " r ' ' : r •■Mi • , _ , r,., ■. tc Lead Natural it Pigment Ms ■terou* Compounds M *>•* « offered to take the place of white lead u a paint, but no real substitute for it hat yet been iound. Pur* White Lead hat a peculiar property of amalgamating with the wood open which it it used—added to this it haa an elasticity which permits the paint to fed low the natural expansion and contraction of the wood. Pure Whit* Lead alone fulfills all the requirements of the ideal paint. Collier or Southern Pure White Lead it White Lead with its full natural te- nacity and elasticity unimpaired by adulterants. Every keg of it bears the Dutch Boy trade mark, which it a pot- Wye guarantee of absolutely Pure White Lead made by the Old Dutch Procett. SEND FOR BOOK "A Talk on Paint." g|*M T*lnalil« Infor- f ^— — gist Ion on tb paint - All iMd Mcferrf < aaljert Soot jtS tZSrtffiu murk, upon requert. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Ava. and loth St., St. Louis, Mo. LA VOX. March 28.—J. Will Hardi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1907

f j. ./ _ * / w—• The Change of Life Sensible Advice to Women from Hrs. Henry Lee, 1 rirs. Fred Certia and firs. Pinkham. ,'j i \ son iree Ars. ^ by has visit i MRS HENRY LEE Owing to modern methods of living not one woman in a thousand ap- proaches this perfectly natural change without experiencing a train of very annoying and sometimes painful symptoms. This is the most critical period of her whole existence and every woman who neglects the care of her health at this time invites disease and pain. When her system is in a deranged condition or she is predisposed to apoplexy or congestion of any organ, the tendency la at this period likely to become active and with a hoatof nervous irritations make life a burden. At this time also cancers and tumors are more liable to form and begin their destructive work. Such warning symptoms as sense of suffocation, hot Hashes, headaches, baekuiihes, melancholia, dread of im- pending evil, palpitation of the heart, irregularities, constipation an...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 4 April 1907

V Tie Kidneys lira Weakened by Over-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It umhI to l>e comudcn.% tliat only srinory anil bladder troubles were to I* traced to the kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all diseases have their beginning in the disorder of these niobt important organs. The kidneys filter and purify the blood— _ _ that is their work. Therefore, when your kidnevsare weak or out of order, you cuu understand how quickiy your entire Ixxly is affected ami how every orgau seems to tail to do its duty. 1/ you are sick or " feel badly," begin taking the great kidney remedy, l>r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon as your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. If you are sick you can make no mis- take by first doctoring y°ur kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidnev remedy, is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

. " • ; g_ _ 1.00 PER YEAR. i * ail pulling JAPS being for m'kinney SMUGGLED McKINNEY, COLLIN COUNTY, TEX AH, THI HKDAV, APItlL II. 1 «7. VOL. lil. No. MI. PROGRAM OF STATE DEATH LIST TO RUSH WORK ( hundred Japanese, prim I: borers, «l ilied mid utnkUled, who me now In Mexico. Many of the ft r * kce > — ! — The loyalty of the. local press to ■ Washington, April 4.- Informa- McKlnney enterprise In traditional. ! Hon has reached the immigration No opportunity Is overlooked tu In- I bureau « i the department of wm- duce home money to lie kept hi tncrce and labor that hundreds of home. Ouu of the moat elear-'Ul Japanese have arrived in Mexico d forcible preachments yet made by j tlned fur the United Stat s. Ti.e any paper appears in this week's is- I inspector who wan seni to M \lei l>\ sue of our Worthy contemporary, Commissioner Sargent to inv • •itlgaie Tho MeKinney Examiner. It ia so i he immigration of Japanese to th< good we reproduce it In full: Culled States noillled t ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

Maldigestion, Constipation, Headache ntlivr llmw> « imMm from <tl or<t<T« of ,"*•*( *uti U w . , ar« n lUiiiuCoMAiy tux ut>ua Uu«ltU uaJ Ldi>piu««. Garistedt's Germs? Liver Powder Reg. 0. 8. Vt\Off. b < be n u od 'or ®0 y*ar to pi ••o.-'. r-* j tliw« dtmrtwt. It «r.>rk* w«md ir«. A pr< crii>' >:mw bj iU rtuM|ikTiKlU iur over 10yearn I. !ii i>raotle«- >..thi Lu.o;.o umi tlii*e^uiitry. All Drr' '.H 2Jc cad $1.00 Settle* or Jrr Mil IVosa The Anv 'z:n F barm seal Co., Cvinsvlile, Ind. Home Important Thought* That Weif Suggested b| Kiuttt-r. B,. E Bristol, McKianey, Texas A SKCInC UUMUHfTofl HEADACHq NHiRAlOIANtflVE >ANO« PUNATIC PAINS ■PRICE 85^1 CURES Speedily and is harmless. It does not contain Chloral, Cocaine, Opium or Morphine As a headache rem* edy and a general nerve tonic it has no equal. Trill Sin B cents TRY IT The Democrat-Gazette. ■w Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER B. WILSON VSdltors, Publishers and Proprietors. To 8...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

Exceptional Bargains! | IN _ I Pianos and Organs | Alto Singer Sewing Machines. | ❖ Having been in the I'iano ami Organ business in Collin Coiinty «£♦ 'f for the past twelve (li) years, and having sold .luring that A time only makes of demonstrated merit- Kimball, Estcy, Mjsrnil- «% ton, Camp & Co.,—which have met every m|uirem«'ut and de- mand of my trade, e\ en the most fastidious, I foel justified in soliciting a continuation of your support and patronage during the current year. I am in a position this year not only to meet the keenest competition possible, but to even go further than that—to give you Bargains in Pianos and Organs that you] will at onee recognise and appreciate. Among other reasons for this very favorable situation, I have made a material reel lotion 111 the number of salaried salesmen, ship altogetl er in Carload lots and do not practice the very unjust custom of paying com- © missions to teachers and solicitors to induce them to recom- > Mr. O. Wilmeth ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

'iM' v . ft: : ' mm 5; v * ' v* <'WM. . '' ImmA a ■'. t fmfm •' . < flKVBt! ' ■■■■■npMIWIWWMMNM'PPPVMPMfPIWMPW'i1! -0-' 'V| - " ' > "1 For the Children especially good cereals are a ne- cessity. The enormous popularity of the better kind shows how this fact is appreciated. You Can Get all the Cereals Here that are worth eating. They are so good that chil- dren never tire of them. They are so nutritious that the little ones grow at an amazing rate. Suppose you try some of the newest. They are a vast improve- ment on the old time porridge. IWj KLAMD RUfc. 1 44 Price Stiff The Provider of Everything Good to Eat. tf PhONES S7 AND 340. McKlNNKY, TEXAS. Key of We are In receipt of an invitation from Mr .and Mrs. N. W. Kay of Banger, to attend the marriage of their daughter, Annie Lee, to Mr. Ernest Rogers, Tuesday afternoon, April 16, at 6 o'clock at the Mission- ary Baptist church of that town- Ernest Is a McKlnney raised boy, being a son of County Treasurer Joe Fl. Rogers, and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and N«w*y Utt«r From The Democrat- Gazette's Corps of Special Correspondent!. ALTv.v.A. * / \ / fcvt ♦ * ♦ ♦ i ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ « ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦April 8.—M. L. Vermillion and family of Westminster spent last Wednesday night with relatives ere. Oscar Dob ha who is attending frchool in McKinney spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks. Rev. Levi Dunn of Greenville visited his father, Hev. Giles Dunn Bid sister, Mrs. Sue Stapp, last Week. Allen Mantooth and wife visited relatives at Donna Sunday. Ferbln McGee who is attending school at Westminster spent Satur- day and Sunday with home folks. Mlsse Mattle and Ida Hitchcock of the Chapel and Miss Mary Fierce who is visiting them 'rom McKinney attended Sunday school here Sun- day. Ed Carey, wife and little son. Wil- liam HiU'ard, arrived here yester- day from Humble, Texas, for a fe.v ks' visit to his sister. MrB. Fred tcbell and Mrs. Carey's parents, W. Lacy and wife. fJ. C. Moreland and wife are the ud parents of a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

. lis * —* rif ;.'■■■ i 1 i t II;' ■■ The Democrat-Gazttte. Published Kvery Thursday. TOM W. PK11K1XH WALTKIt B. W1I4KMV Editors, Publisher* and Proprietor* to Subscriber*:-The data pr.ned opposite > ***** An rh« ii. iPfftn nf tht luiiwir ui un Lbe H. K. CAHPKNTKR'H OPINION. What m Cull In County Mua Who Hi* IWn on Simmon* lUncli Think* of it. ■■ am vii * *' ♦* ■ w T .-• - - — •trl Of taa p' ' <i' rifitUnjr #ul pl«u« notify u* Wto B.">' •♦"d raoolpu fur aonay paid 01. Cu Jrtpilo . CI -fcin Mm* on !lp 't*cher up«r, If u -.fin is not tbowa on «llp la tor Mfi fraa date f miiudm, notify thtii 0®oe Subscription Kates One copy one year $1.00 Entered as second-claaa mall matter. McKinncy. Texan, April II, HW7. SIXTEEN PAGES Seedtime may not look quite as attractive as harvest time, but It Is Just as necessary. Don't think you nre going to get anything worth having without an effort and without a sacrifice. You wouldn't want It if you could. The Fort Worth Record's cartoon on "Oppo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

«• 6 r ■ ' ■ ■■ I IRITATIVE LEN ADVICES Carter io past al>ou MB f II.—8. P. Bush was in Fort inday. Green returned from Fort ist week. We are glad to bhn is getting along nicely. ■ Jot* Hendricks of Tulsa. 1. lulling her father, 8. W. Hut- family this week. Spillmun of Piano visited Ant ha and Vivian Gates lust Spradley and Will F. Bush ucond Monday In Piano and street carnival. R. J. Fletcher preached at | Rockwall county, Saturday. Letcher has the "stock corn- organized for the singing which will begin about May May Davis visited Miss Bes- nch in McKlnney Sunday, deeds for the interurban f way through Allen have igned and everything Is now for the grading which it is will begin soon. Hendricks was bitten by a Oft Monday. jclifllaney has opened up a meat ketf^B the store of T. J. Ereck- >n and Son. Jack has an up to outfit and as this Is something len has needed for some time we it the people will give It a good mage. M. Co* has returned to Merit, iessrs. Will and Boss Boland...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

' v' ' j :{fe. Published Every Thursday. TOM W. PERKINS WALTER R. WILSON fldlion, Publishers and Proprietor* Ti ga'jtjrtbtMi-The daU prt< urvv..* fit a ma on IM m ir*ln of tfc p i r or un ia* wr*pp«r indtottM tlm to km > Mrlptloi 1* pi ' 4> Sr.t of ttt- p ld •tri ag ts pi/ ..... .jm to w i<Jh yj<ir *ut>- .ill aubtorlpM < ia ««plr 0 A 1/ aub«'jrib«r a;! r«- <>■ cu lUarttl pi< «a a>t fjru. sr a*ra <fa lo 1 raoalpu (or mooay paid 01 M lrlvUoti-, * ii ji xllt « .&• on allp a'tadiao jajar, It Ji-i la not ahown 00 allp U t t tmm <U.< >( ravutaooa, notify tula offloa Subscription It a tea One copy one year •1.00 Entered as second-class mall matter. McKinney, Texan, April II, 1007. The Texas solons are grinding at « rapid gait. There Is always room for more citizens of the right sort In McKln- ney. Be tolerant, remember that other people have rights that deserve to be respected. The carnival has goue but the moving pictures are here in Increa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

16 ast >7; ire, ays Me ft-4 ieo- ■esl- 1UH 4- ♦ ❖ <r' ..Ive any ICOSS- ♦ ♦ lcox', Cor. > ♦ ♦ > 9 * at 1« >tect- (6 ta We* •omp i over nney, rid tr uara. Always But & The Opportunity of a Life Time rvwu//j xcccoccoooQOOW ag 95,000 acres in the "Garden Spot of the World," is now being opened up to the American People. DR. CHAS. F. SIMMONS' Atascosa. County (Texas) Ranch now on the Maiket. Opportunities like this seldoiA occur. $210, payable $io per month, without inter- est, buys two lots for a home or business in town and a farm of from a io-acre truck farm to a 640-acre farm in balmy South Texas. President Roosevelt hhM: "T1XA8 IS THE GARDEN 8POT OF j THE LORD." Investigation will show that this 96,000 acres comprises one of the finest bodhs of Agricultural and Truck Farming land In the entire slate, commencing about 36 miles south of San Antonio, and about two tulles south of Pleasanton (the county Heat of Atascosa County), and ex- tending through Atascosa and a ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

■ nHM^M . 'S&tik §a*# *. t '1i ' . ALL OVER THE COUNTY. Bright and Newsy Letters From The Democrat- Cazettc's Corps of Special Correspondents. I M RUMS A. April Mrs. J. W. Wy*ong and little son, Waiter, have returned from Houston, where she visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Abernathy of McKinney were guests of Miss Bessie Coffman Sunday. Mr. .las. Bassham has had the measlei nt Mr. and Mrs. \V. M. Shell on'a. Miss 1 -elIh Jordnn. organizer of Young Ladle* Cfrde of C. \V. H. M., of Texas talked at the Christian church Sunday afternoon, She will meet with the Ladies Aid Society Tuesday afternoon. She i« the guest of Miss Befsie Coffman. Mrs. Stewart of Dallas visited Mrs. A. J. Martin la-u week. Fred Ogllvle of Fort Worth vis- ited his mother, Mrs. V. It. Osilvie, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Winchester of Dexter visited at Mr. Wilson Scott s last Monday. Mesdames R. B. King and' Maggie Osborn and little Maurine, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harpole durin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

T remendous Cut-Price Sale Pearl Buttons on Sale Think of it, Pearl but- tons, on sale at 2cdoz. Sale starts Saturday, April 13, lasting until Saturday April 27. We place on sale at Tremendous Low Prices New Silks, New Woolen Goods, New Slippers, New Skirts, New Waists, at prices that will pay you to come many many miles. TREMENDOUS CUT PRICES ON QUILTS $1.50 white Quilts. Several patterns to select from d* «fl OE On sale 9 I -d-W $1.25 kind white Quilts all out in one '0t(.)n sale 95 C NOW WATCH US SKI.I. QUILTS TREMENDOUS CUT PRICES IN CURTAINS 24c 75 cent per pair kind, Lace Curtains we are going to sell them single cur- tains this sale. $1/25 per pair Curtains, the kind that washes On sale at 4vV WATCH US SELL CURTAINS Laces on Sale, German Torshon Laces, on sale at 4c yd ±!± THE PRICE IS THE THING r" Muslin Pants on sale, children Muslin Pants on sale at 10c pair LOW PRICES ON TABLE DAMASK AND TOWELS 70c kind table Damask full 2 yards wide about 60 yards in all On sale at QUv 3...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

v mmmmm Ml OW1 NO S.M*S ( N -IKt fiO.N vteinRIOCN art~ Zoffies \ Oi;vV: -1*5 ■' tii i Designedly MlCHAEliSo* N.Y xStem-JJQc/i SsnortGotAes Always New Hats to See Here IA ———— Lb Hundreds of Hats leave our Mi linery Department every week, and hundreds of new stvh-s, some from our own work room*1, and others from the different fashion centers of the East, take their place. There is an ever-changing show of the newest and hest at this store. Picturesque but half describes the beautiful Spring Ilats to be seen here in our Millinery section. The styles in vogue this season are jmt the Hats }ou see in rare old piints and famous paintings of past centuries. Rustic beauty in field flowers and grasses, in combination with shades of wondrous dclicacy and refieshing brightness, are much in evidence. While many shades of the same color are used together in many of our most effective creations, others are in combination of different colors, and are iqually us much sought. Profit by the low price...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

in / i f1 l« i * <*:s A II r Y ' —™———— J; L lJ V 4 ■sp<y, * ml- We have a large line of Buggies, Carriages, Traps, Road Carts, etc., and will make prices that are eye openers. There are 999 reasons why you should trade with us, the most important of which is that we will give you better goods for the money than you can get elsewhere. The reason we can do this is that we buy more Vehicles, Wagons, etc., than our competitors—also we pay the SPOT CASH for them, and prepared to give you more for your money than others. We also have a New Carriage and Buggy Repository 60x100 feet, in which vvc carry nothing but Vehicles. This gives you an opportunity of having a large line to select from. We carry from 80 to 100 jobs in stock at all times and can surely please you. We will take your old vehicle in trade on a new job. We will also sell you a new job on Fall time, or on the installment plan. If you don't see us before you buy a Vehicle of any kind, it is your loss, for we can and wi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

I • . f m gives them a higher telling value, bat it awke* thing* wear better and give* thm a higher value for long wear. Collier or Southern Pore White Lead gbw SB opaque, durable coat that protect* and pmerves from the rav< of time and weather. Prospective buyers of Pore White Load have heretofore boon subject to much attempted fraud in adulteration and sub- stitutkm. You are now pro- tected by the Dutch Boy trade aurk which is found on the side of kegs containing only Pure White Load, nude by the Old Dutch Process. Look for the boy. SEND FOR BOOK "A Talk on Pmlnt." ■Ivm Talnahlo Infor- mation on liio paint ■uhjmt Hvnt fro* upon rxjuaat. NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY Clark Ave. and 10th St.. St. Louii, Me. *or Hale by ail dealers. VERONA. April 4.—Mrs. Taylor of Farmers- vllle is visiting her son, C. D. Taylor and family. Miss Ida Little who has been at- tending the Swlt/.er Woman's college at Itasca, Is spending a lew clays with her uncle, W, W. Woodall, and family. John Woodall of McK...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

L>J •% A 4 3 ■> HEALTH OF WOMEN In thin nineteen th century to keep up with the ma>vh of progrew every power of woman is strained to its utmost, unci the tax upon her physi- cal system is far greater than ever. In the good old-fashioned days of our grandmothers few drugs were used In medicines. They relied upon roots and herbs to cure weaknesses and disease, and their knowledge of roots and herbs was far greater than that of women today. It was in this study of roots and herbs that Lydia K. PinUhmn, of Lynn, Mass , discovered und gave to the women of the world a remedy _ more potent and efficacious than MRS. C.E. FINK any combination of drugs. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is an honest, tried and true remedy of unquestionable therapeutic value. This medicine made from native roots and her lis contains no narcotics or other harmful drugs and today holds the record for the largest number of actual cures of female diseases of any medicine the world has ever known, and ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Democrat-Gazette — 11 April 1907

■v, m ■ ftx mm IMS : 0-: M?k AN AI'MIL K ■ Old NHtlrM Toll of Spring of II Hl • *! v,?' Hift* Delicious Hoi Biscuit Tempting, Appetizing are made Willi DR. PRICES CryroBaking Powder Light, crisp, wholesome The best food to start the day with Pood raised with Price's Baking Powder is unfermented# never sours in the stomach, and may be eaten in its most delicious state, fresh and hot, by persons of all temper* 4vr ftntS and occupations, without fear of unpleasant results. PRICE BAKING POWDER. CHICAGO. SATURDAY. ■ per wont to Allen hist evening to Mr*. H. T. Elliott, who lias been j attend a we< ic-end house party at visiting her son, ],. L. Elliott, re- ! the home of Mr. and Miw. Leslie turned to her home ai Terrell today. Bush. Old settlers are frequently heard to remark on the simHarhy of this spring with that of the spring oi 1857. Moth were extremely forward spring seasons. Speaking In this connection, ti. L. Seara, father -of County Clerk L. A. Sears, said to a Dally Courier-G...

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